Jan 11th 2012 5:40PM He better be reading ANY Tinfoil Hat theories posted here. And implementing at least one of them.
Dec 31st 2011 12:21PM Roar
Dec 22nd 2011 7:43PM Squawk
Dec 18th 2011 7:01PM /Roll
Dec 17th 2011 10:59AM Meow
Dec 15th 2011 5:37PM I want a Lil' XT :)
Dec 14th 2011 1:37PM I don't think that Lilian Voss would be a good leader, but she would probably make an excellent, say, bodyguard or personal operative. It might also be a good way to establish a previously unknown character-- They bring her into the Forsaken fully, maybe just by talking to her. That would certainly set them apart from the crowd.
Dec 12th 2011 5:54PM Ishanah and Brann glare at each from across the Arena. All of a sudden, Brann declares, "I'm getting a wee bit peckish." and pulls out his lunchbox. Ishanah blinks in surprise and attacks him with the Light while Brann is digging through his lunch.
"Oops!" he says as the attack hits him. He fumbles and drops his lunchbox. As it hits the ground, Old Gods, Titan constructs, and every ancient evil ever comes out and conviently attacks Ishanah. She doesn't stand a chance. After a bit, Brann calmy walks over and picks it up. As all the ancient evils vanish, all Brann can think is, "Wait until the boys in Ironforge hear about this!"
"Brann, knowing your tendency to attract Old Gods," Tirion says. "We've decided that any victory that you achieve via ancient evils will disqualify you."
"But how am I supposed to win now? Ye know that's what I'm best at!" Brann complains.
"If that's all you're able to do, then perhaps you should not be here. The stadium can't take any more attacks from Titans or Old Gods." Tirion replied. "Now, begin!"
"Your dungeon-delving ways end here, dwarf. Without those "accidents" you do not stand a chance!" Ishanah proclaimed.
"Hmm... I think I know another way." The dwarf pulled out a piece of paper and wrote something on it before putting it into an envelope and sending it off. The priestess watched curiously against her better judgement.
Not 30 seconds after it had disappeared, a dull roar began, gradually getting louder. Ishanah cocked her head curiously. "What is--" She began to say before a mob of adventurers of all races and classes mowed her over. In the chaos, a copy of the letter Brann had written was blown over. Chuckling softly, he picked it up and read it again. Basically, it said that Ishanah had powerful equipment and anybody who participated in killing her got one of the many, many weapons Brann had just lying around at his house. Well, it wasn't any forbidden, ancient whatever, was it?
Still chuckling, he walked out of the arena and went back to digging to deep, until next fight that is!
Dec 8th 2011 5:33PM I think one way to save Varian would be to have Velen and the Draenei get off their butts and DO something. Specifically, when Varian goes to the Exodar and does his thing, Velen teaches him from his own expierence that hate can only destroy, and the only thing to do is to keep hope alive and keep trusting in the Light. Maybe it doesn't stick at first, but Varian later sees a group of orcs somewhere, possibly Darkshore, and charges before thinking. The orcs are actually trying to stop Twilight Cultists/Burning Legion/Old God stuff and because they fail, the (enemy here) succeeds in summoning/coming through a portal. You beat them back, but Anduin gets severely injured, almost killed, and they head to the closest town to get him healed. Velen's there, because hey, Prophet, and he's able to heal Anduin because it's too much for anyone else. Varian finally "wakes up," and humbly tells Velen he was wrong, and can he please learn more. Maybe we can even get him into a Paladin this way.
It's not perfect, but the underlying point is there. I mean, we have a race that's been hounded by their former friends for thousands of years and are still the closest we get to pure good. Use them, for goodness sakes! They'd be perfect for this!
Dec 3rd 2011 2:21PM Coming*. Please get that new comment system soon, and without the trademark.